Speciall and true passages worth observation, from severall places of this kingdome, September 23, and 24. I From both Houses of Parliament, sent to his Excellency the Earl of Essex, Lord Generall when he is to go into the field. II From the city of Lincolne, that the county hath quite casheered the cavaliers. III From Manchester, that His Majestie intends to goe to Shrewsbury, & c. IV From Yorkeshire, that the cavaliers, and malignant party of that county, doe still persist in robbing and spoiling the Kings subjects, & c. V From Westminster, of four persons brought before the House of Commons and examined that were brought from Plimmouth & c. VI From Oxford, that the Lord Say hath placed a strong garrison in that towne. VII From Northhampton, that his Excellency the Earle of Essex, Lord Generall, is marching from Northhampton towards Nottingham with his army. VIII From Nottingham, that the cavaliers having notice of the Lord Generals comming toward them, are departed from thence. IX From Buckinghamshire, that the regiment of soldiers under the command of Colonell Hampden, at Alesbury, are much oppressed, desiring speedy aide from London.
September 23. London Printed for Tho. Bankes,
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